To Sue or Not to Sue: Challenging Agency Denials, Part I-Downloadable
To Sue Or Not to Sue: Challenging Agency Denials, Part I
This 90 minute audio seminar was recorded live on May 7, 2013, from 2:00 pm-3:30 pm eastern time.
Denial of Employment-Based Petitions and Applications for Naturalization
This two-part series focuses on current problems and hot topics in agency adjudications and challenging denials. These seminars will discuss motions to reopen versus refiling, how to determine if your case is ready and ripe for litigation, and strategies for litigating specific issues. Participate in both sessions to become an expert on challenging agency denials!
- H-1B Denials --Motions to Reopen and/or Re-consider vs. Refiling
- I-140/I-360 Denials --Issues to Consider When Appealing to District Court
- Naturalization Delays --When Should I Go to Federal Court?
- Naturalization Denials --Filing the N-336 & Preparing for the Issuance of the Notice to Appear
- When Should I File a Petition for Review in Federal Court?
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